Conference Premier: York's double Wembley date
Tuesday 08 May 2012
Police were called into action as Wrexham fans invaded the pitch
at the Racecourse Ground after losing to Luton 3-2 on aggregate
last night – the Welsh side won the match 2-1.
York City play at Wembley twice in eight days after beating Mansfield 1-0 to win their semi-final 2-1 on aggregate. As well as facing Luton on 20 May, York play Newport in the FA Trophy final on 12 May.
Matty Blair scored York's winner with nine minutes of extra time to go. Mansfield had Richie Sutton sent off.
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